LatinAmericanBoutiq

Headbands - Beanie Hats - Scarves - Backpacks

Tampa, Florida | 774 Sales

LatinAmericanBoutiq

Headbands - Beanie Hats - Scarves - Backpacks

Tampa, Florida 774 Sales On Etsy since 2018

5 out of 5 stars (69)

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Hope all your dreams come true in this new year!
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Last updated on Dec 30, 2018

Welcome to my shop!
Hope all your dreams come true in this new year!
Happy New Year!

Cristy

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Cristy

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About

Latin American Boutique Sells Headbands - Backpacks - Book bags - Fanny Packs

I met my husband Frank, who was studying Spanish in Ecuador, and later immigrated to the United States. I was a University professor for four years in Ecuador, but when I arrived in the United States I was looking for something new to do. I realized that there weren't many products from Ecuador available for sale in Florida. We were traveling back and forth to Ecuador a lot to visit my family anyways, so little by little we started to bring back more and more products to see what Americans liked.

We started at the Ybor City Saturday market working just one day a week with one table of products and have since then grown to operating 3-4 days a week with four tables and a tent full of products at festivals, upscale markets, concerts, and farmers markets around the Tampa Bay and Orlando area. You can find us on a weekly basis at the Orlando Farmers Market on Sundays 10-4. Now, we're on Etsy to bring handmade creations to the world!

Shop members

  • Cristy Hill

    Owner, Operator

    I am originally from Ecuador. I have operated at local markets and festivals during the past five years. I am just beginning to sell online so that I can bring my products to a wider market.

Production partners

  • A handwoven shop

    Ecuador

    I work with a specialized team from my home country of Ecuador to bring their product to the United States. I order custom items for my shop, and frequently travel home for meetings and to review products, and of course celebrate!

  • A hand knitted shop

    Ecuador

    Angela hand knitted beanie hats in different colors and patterns.

  • An alpaca products shop

    Ecuador

    I work with a specialized team from my home country of Ecuador to bring their product to the United States. I order custom items for my shop, and frequently travel home for meetings and to review products, and of course celebrate!

  • A bracelet & dream catcher shop

    Ecuador

    I visit Juanita Salan once a year to work on new ideas and colors about bracelets and dream catchers.

  • A beaded jewelry shop

    Ecuador

    I travel 16 hours by car to get to this small community in the south part of my home country Ecuador. I tell to the artisan what colors and geometric patterns I want in the necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.

  • A handbag shop

    Ecuador

    Maria Soledad hadmade this handbag from scratch using the loom technique. She just got the threads and made her own patterns.

  • An organic jewelry shop

    Ecuador

    Rosa pick tagua nuts meticulously to make this bracelet. She boils the nuts with different colors and let them dry for 2 weeks before she makes the bracelet.

  • A headband shop

    Ecuador

    My production partner specializes in making textiles. Headbands are one of her specialties. I work with her choosing the colors and designs for the fabrics.

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